The latest news in my artistic life
Oh gosh, this is a beautiful start!! Wow.
You go girl! It's looking absolutely wonderful. Do you use a mahlstick? Once you go big, it's hard to go back down, though!:-)
Thank you, Teri.It is drawing itself. Except the magnolia leaves can't stand up to the light.That is where I have to draw what I know.Such lovely paper
Linda - I appreciate that. No I don't use a mahlstick, I just put some paper under my hand if I really need to, but most of the time I can hold my pencil back away from the paper. I use to paint and draw big. I am working with a mentor, his name is Michael Newberry, (linked on my blog). I am working to put passion, and drama into my work. Very exciting!
Thank you Alina.
I love being able to peek in every couple of hours to see how this is going. Lovely! Mmm :)Hope all is well with you, Robin.
haha...WIP are such fun. It should be done by Friday. That is the plan anyways. Michael may tell me different.Loving this paper. Life is busy, but in a good way.
Robin, this is looking GREAT!! I will be watching with interest. I think this whole mentorship thing is going to be fabulous for you. I can't wait until you are more successful than even your wildest dreams! :) Stacy
Stacy - you are really sweet. Your comments made my day. Thank you dear friend.
Terri - TY
It is beautiful. I am happy to see the process.
Robin, this is awesome! i expected some small rendering. how long did this take? wow!... i just got a blogger name. can you believe?!
Thank you Kuriyama. I also like to see how people work. It brings clarity to the piece.
Lori - thanks for stopping by. It has taken me a week so far, and more than likely I will be working on it a bit more to refine certain areas.
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